Company Overview

Company Overview

  • Submitted By: hmsmiss
  • Date Submitted: 02/28/2010 11:07 PM
  • Category: Business
  • Words: 2091
  • Page: 9
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Problem Solution: M-Core
Everyone involved in the M-Core scenario displayed avoidances in their decision-making process. Time is of the essence for M-Core to build this facility in order to compete with their competition. Resolving issues in a timely manner is crucial so M-Core can begin building. In this very fast-paced and competitive industry, any slowdown in the company’s research activities can cost it the significant market share and its role as an industry leader. This is particularly true as the industry shifts to the new paradigm of multi-core processors. M-Core has a vested interest in working quickly and the three residences are halting that interest. “Our interests and goals are sometimes hard to identify. Not only do outsiders usually misperceive our interests, we are often confused about them ourselves.” (Wilmont & Hocker, 2001, Ch. 3, pg. 62)– M-Core’s executive leadership should alter their negotiation strategies rapidly. Additionally the leaders of the organization need to look at the conflict resolution structure and communication mediums used in order to resolve the issues that M-Core is currently facing.

Describe the Situation
Issue and Opportunity Identification

M-Core Incorporated needs to obtain property in a specific area of New Oxford to move forward with the company’s plan to build a research and development center. The company has obtained all but three pieces of property needed. Three homeowners have refused to sell and stand in the way of M-Core meeting its business objective. Obtaining the property through eminent domain is a solution offered to M-Core by the city’s mayor and if M-Core elects to move forward with condemning the property, the potential to generate public concern increases and can have a negative impact on the company and the mayor.

Stakeholder Perspectives/Ethical Dilemmas
M- core have a problem with three resident who refused to sell their houses, one of them was thinking the house will be more...

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